Racing Calendar: Containing an Account of the Plates, Matches, and Sweepstakes, Run for in Great-Britain and Ireland, &c. in the Year ..., Volume 110

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A. Grant, 1882 - Horse racing

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Page lxvi - Saturday evening of that week; and if not accepted, or only one challenger, to be returned unopened : but if accepted, or if more than one challenger, to be then opened and declared a match, or sweepstakes of 200 sov.
Page lxvii - ... per cent. shall be allowed. All forfeits shall be paid before twelve o'clock at night of the day fixed for the race, and on those forfeits which shall not be so paid the deduction for the timely declaration of such forfeits shall not be allowed.
Page lxxv - A person though chosen shall not be considered as a member of any of these Clubs until he shall have paid the usual sums for the admission and subscription of a new member. And the name of every member whose subscription shall be in arrear for one year, shall be placed over the chimney-piece in the New Rooms and in the Coffeeroom at Newmarket, in the Craven Meeting of each year.
Page lv - ... he may, if compelled to pay them by the purchaser's default, place the forfeit on the Forfeit List in the usual manner, as due from the purchaser to himself ; and until this forfeit is repaid, both the purchaser and the horse remain under the same disabilities as if the purchaser had been the original subscriber.
Page xlvii - Calendar of every month during the racing season. Such monthly list shall commence not less than three years before the time at which it is published, and shall be carried down to and include the latest Forfeit List which has been published in the Sheet Calendar as above mentioned.
Page lv - ... but when the horse is sold by public auction the advertised conditions of the sale are sufficient evidence, and if he has been claimed as the winner of...
Page cii - ... The New Mile is straight, and up hill all the way. The TYC is the last 5 furlongs and 136 yards of the New Mile.
Page liv - If the objection has not been made until after the horse has been claimed or bought, the person who claimed or bought him shall, if the objection be declared valid, have the option of returning him or retaining him at the price of a beaten horse. (ii) If the objection be made before the horse has been claimed or bought, the time for delivering him is thereby postponed until such time after the determination of the objection as the Stewards appoint, and if the objection be declared valid, the person...
Page xlix - ... (iii) If a horse run the wrong side of a post, he must turn back and run the course from the post at which he left it.
Page lxiii - Newmarket week. 12. If a member of the Jockey Club shall impugn or object to any act or decision of the Stewards, he shall give notice of it in writing to the Keeper of the Match-book, who will immediately request the Stewards to fix an early day to assemble the members for the purpose of hearing the objection.

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